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August 10, 2011 Fuel-efficiency rules set for heavy-duty trucks and busesSource: Washington Post
The Obama administration set the first-ever fuel-efficiency rules for heavy-duty trucks and buses Tuesday, a move that will cut greenhouse gas emissions and fuel use by everything from long-haul tractor-trailers to school buses...
August 9, 2011 Researching Safer Nuclear EnergySource: NY Times
The nuclear power industry faces hard times, with tough competition from natural gas for meeting new electricity needs and a prevailing nervousness about nuclear safety after the Fukushima Daiichi accident in March. On Tuesday,...
August 9, 2011 IKEA UK To Invest Millions In Wind Energy And Solar PowerSource: Energy Matters
IKEA says it will invest heavily in solar and wind power sources for its 18 UK-based stores, as part of the Swedish furniture company’s "IKEA Goes Renewable" project
August 8, 2011 5 breakthroughs that will make solar power cheaper than coalSource: Mother Nature Network
There was some good news last week. While Washington was busy holding the global markets hostage and placing billions in badly needed R & D funding on the chopping block, a new report from REN21 (the Renewable Energy Network for...
August 3, 2011 The dark side of solar and wind power projectsSource: LA Times
Building and maintaining solar and wind power projects can be hazardous, and industry watchdogs worry that the push for more green energy places more workers and bystanders in harm's way
August 2, 2011 Wind power could meet 16% of EU demand by 2020: associationSource: Platts.com
Wind energy could meet 15.7% of EU electricity demand by 2020 from 230 GW installed and 28.5% by 2030 from 400 GW installed, European Wind Energy Association scenarios showed Tuesday. Wind energy currently meets 5.3% of EU...
August 2, 2011 Greening It AloneSource: Foreign Policy.com
It may be hard to remember amid all the news of decline, but in plenty of areas, the United States is still the world's leader. You can't propose global banking regulation without buy-in from Wall Street. And if you want to...
August 1, 2011 China Sets Solar Power Price to Boost Profits, InvestmentSource: SF Chronicle
"This feed-in tariff is much higher than the prices from China's first two rounds of bidding," Luo Lu, an analyst at Bloomberg New Energy Finance, said in Beijing. "At current costs, this guarantees ...
July 29, 2011 Britain's Largest Solar Farm CompletedSource: Solar Novus Today
Britain's first combined green energy zone has been completed after the UK's largest solar farm was connected to the national grid. Power from adjoining solar and wind farms set in the Oxfordshire, England countryside will now...
July 29, 2011 Coca-Cola: A Case Study In SustainabilitySource: Sustainable Business Forum
How does Coca-Cola integrate sustainability into their operations? For several years its facility in Brampton, Ontario, one of its largest in North America, has been transforming its manufacturing and distribution to save energy,...
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